Earlier this month, an exhibition of work by the 4th year Print and Sculpture students in Sheridan College’s Art and Art History Program took place at the historical Campbell House Museum in Toronto. Students Angelica Brzyska, Becky Santo, Emiley Webb, Chloe Yang and Hailun Yuan responded to the history and setting of the site, working with themes of relationships and interactions. Each student choose a specific location within Campbell House to situate their work. The final exhibition, In-House Collisions, included works in print, video and site-specific sculptural installations.
The University of Toronto Shelley Peterson Student Art Exhibition showcases the talent and excellence of undergraduates in the University of Toronto’s tri-campus visual studies programs. Curated by Guest Curatorial Mentor Renée van der Avoird (Associate Curator at the MacLaren Art Centre) and U of T Masters of Museum Studies students Shauna Taylor, Emilie Albert-Toth, Karley Staskus, the exhibition comprises work by students in U of T’s three visual arts programs: Art and Art History (Sheridan/UT Mississauga), Visual Studies (UT St. George Campus), and Visual and Performing Arts (UT Scarborough).